The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 227, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 11, 1920 Page: 4 of 18
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TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MAY 11 1920 -
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TIIU8HAV MAY II IB20.
Thoil wilt wivr- thn nf(ll'lnl pnopln
Jnit In Hip hint tllntrr-xnlni; hour
Thr I.onl illtpliiyM ilpllvrrlnc pownr:
Thn nimint of ilmmr Ih Ihf ptaro
Wlicie wo xhall urn mirpi Inlnit crucr.
Iril nvo iih; wn prrlnh. Mall; K:S6.
Ilrlnis on thn Khnrk-pkln kIiopn
Thn rnllromlii urn In llm winm pnw with thn
rent of wt thny nnnd morn fiiml.
Vlrtnr HcrRnr routlnurn lo Justify thn nrtlnn
of cotiBrnHH In nxpnllJnK him from that body.
If yon pr-o thn lady of thn hnunn dai Innldn
nt your nppronch eo In nnd r(iirl n drink of
Doctor Mtltlrr rttnclirn It hy ndrllnn Hint lie Ih
fiRrtlnul rncoRiilzInK thn ltnmlan povlnl. Anil
thfin we rpmnmlmr Iio'h n rollrcn prrtdilpnt I
Jnkn pit It I llkrn IiIh nnlnntrilctnd. Thn dnln
(mtnii froiA thn KlrHt conitrrpHlonuI tllxtrlr.t of
Txnn wcrn plvpn no Inntnictlnnn an In prr-p.1-dent.
An KnitllRhmnn linn dlncovrrnd thnl n Rood
wife In Afrlrn U n luxury. Hut In rlvlilind nu
llon a Rood wlfn U the Krcfttnnt Pconomy thiit
CRti be practiced
A Tcxn lielllioy rcfupod n rin.cont tip whnn ho
rnlurnrd to iln rlRhtful owner n ponkhnok con-
tnlnlnB I1J0O. llo wan prolmbly nfrnlil hl'd
be arrcHlcd for profllcrrlnBl
Thn hid who keeps. nrtverllMnu for a wlfn
could bnt'lnr hln pnplllon by phowlnc n. lltllo
pep. Cnvp-mnn stuff bnntn n pacific nttltudu
In a imi) of thin kind.
T'utillnhlnK n nnwppnppr In Itnly miint bn u
plpaH.int ort of occupation. Thnrn thn price In
ndvnncnd by royal deemn which biikkckIp that
thn nubxcrlbrr mil be plmt nt tmnrlno If ho com
siiAriNO tiii: issnn.
l'renldent WtUon'e telrmam to the OreRon
patriot who wired him onkliiR how hn phoutd
vote In the prlinnry. may bavn been p. tilt
ptrnlned. Hut the Incident however rnrefulty It
wnn nrraiiRoil nffnrdeil the prenldnnt nn oppor-
tunity to Ipriio Kvnernl ordefM lo bin pmiy nml
define thn Ihsiw of tho campaign.
''1 think It linpnrallve." wlren thn pren-
Idem "thn democratic party phoutd at oncn
proclaim llenlf thn unromprumlnliiK cham-
pion of tho nallon'n hoi;or that It
nhollld thereforn endome nml Niipport the
Verpalllen tienty nnd condemn thn I.ndKo
There In much mnro of tho telcRivim tlmn
thnt rioino pnvornl hundred wordn more. Hut
the whole thliiK In nnld In that (iiotiitlnn. Tho
democratic party In to bn eountlluted thn ink of
the covenant of the nation' honor by condemn-
InR tho I.odBo rcpcrvntlonp nnd defendlnEr tho
treaty of VYrnallJe without tho dotting bt nn
"I" or tho cropnlnR' of 11 "t."
Which menus thnt It In thn purpose of the
prenldent to mnko uquentloncd ncceptnuro of
Wllnonlpm the tent- both of democracy and tho
nation's honor. M'u have wltnenHcd pome exhibi-
tions of niitiicriitlo prrnumptlou In thin laud of
ourn dllllnt: the pant few 'yearn hut nothing that
In nheer tuadnepH and deflnnco of renMiu and
IntelllRcncc iimouutcd to thin!
We saw thn nallon'n honor iKiiored and
trampled under foot by nn mulillloiiM-miid na-
tion for three yearn for four yearn brfforo
that we wiw every vcpIIro of national honor
illureKai'dcd by ullcnn nt our door. And that
condition null exliiln. We heard thn primate of
the Plato adjurlim' iltlzenn of l ho ntnto thnt they
could expect no American life lo bn endangered
for their irotetlon If they perplnted In enter-
Injr fnrclKH landn. Hut thin Kovommont would
afford mi proteitlun to "Amerlinn dollar-
channrs" We have for IS months neen thin Hnnetunry
of Amcrlrnn honor i-mnern llpelf with the In-
tcrcstn of forelRo peupien whllo ltn own lund
wan iKnnred ltn Kovernmenl lorn with dliweii-
plon nnd flnntliiK ruddorloPB on nn unchartod
ea. And now wo wltnrt tho nuinnlnir ppectnelo
of tho leader of thin party of Amerlcnn honor
eeriouiily proponltiK that tho youth of thn land
tho wealth of the nation nhnll be thrown Into
the wethliifr tnldron of Kurnpenn IntrlBiie. with-
out Btlnt or protVctlen forever nnd foroyer.
And this ho calls defending American honor!
Krpo It wan dlsbtm ruble for tho American
isonnte to wrlto Into tho scared pact of Ver-V
hnlll'-r Hi" provision that thin nation wimlil lint
cl'llKnln Itself lo go ( war spending tin Infill-
power nml lift wealth without the eorisntll nf
Krgn. II vnn dlshniinruhln for Ihn Arnerlrnn
urnntn In write Inln Unit inn red part the ronorvii-
tlmi Mint inngtep retained thn ilKht to withdraw
from thy. iinnoi'liitlim whennvnr It full tlml the
Ihterrstn of Americans required Miltll nellon mul
would llf'lf he tho Judge ii to whether or not
II dulle no it member hiiil linen tny dl-
I igo It wiih illHhonor wlisii thn Aincrli'iin
KfiinU' wrolo Into III wi.'rt'il iihtI (tin rnnprvii-
tlnn rwiMHrtlim llm Monrori iliwtrlnn noil mfilH-
Iiik lo otlinr iiiilloimi Ihe rlulit to ilfflnn nnil
npply tlmt ilortrlnn.
UfHo It wn a illnliniior for thn Anwilrmi
innnl lo wrlln Into llmt wirrffil pud. whli'li
lum lifiti rxpuilliiI'Ml ly piHctlnilly rvnry tniiri
who linil ii Imnil In It prfpiinitlnn wivm lis who
now riili'H AninrlMt Hi rwrviitlon llmt lliln
nntton In MMfinllnK to Ui; iimhh liillon ylntitml
mm of Im wivPioinniy pmu'HIIiiI lo th pmitorvu-
lion of Ha honor nml II Inlm .(.
Tlmt In thn iniiniifi In wlilrh thr pmiiilnnl iU-
ilrM lh Imii" lo o to n "wili'inn rnfnrmiiliitn."
flo lif It. Wf nr wllllnn I hut U'ooilrow Wllwin
t VflrnnlllAii Hiiil II hIhikI In rotnpitltlnn With
(lorK() VnhlllKlon nt Vnllry KorK". Alirnhutn
l.liinnln nt (!oltynliur (liovnr Clnvrlnml Ml
Vpnuwif Im unit Thi-oilorp lloonnvrlt wlifrvor hn
TIM! ll.W DC SI'HCtn.A'I'Ht.V.
If nliy ono furl 111 tho monomlc nltiiatlon
Mtnuiln out clwir at lliln time It In that a very
considerable pait of the public illptrepn In enuneil
by that moHt parnUtlc nnd Immornl of nil com-
ni'irt'lnl HHeni'les Hip speculator.
When Mr. Hoover wan ratlnnlnK un nnd h'ind-
In tT tho fnrmor a terilflr Injustice Im nntiibllnhnd
eerlnln mien KovernliiK the Ma In of Hour njid mill
feedn A fixed profit wan nllowed thn miller;
the lelnller wan also under control. Hut not no.
It appeared tho speeulalor. The result wiih thin
JobblllK UnilH bnilKht lip the mill feedn so that
mnrchnnlH roubl not purchasn mi ndciiuitte sup-
ply fiom thn mill and to t any nt all had
to purchasn flour In Inrgn riuaiilltlen.
Hilt the Jobbern hud the mill feedn no essential
lo the live stork Industry cornereil. And In-
stead of IhoHii mill feedn' reachlliB thn counumer
plup Hie profit fixed by Mr Hoover'n llttlo kiiiik.
It cost three lo five) llmen Hint profit Mr.
loover'n orK'inlziitlon discovered that It could
not control the Jobber since ho wan noltlier
nrower nor manufacturer tin thn uttlumtn ron-
MUmer wan ground to powder between the tnttl-
ntonent Tho practlco neemn to havo become unlvernal.
Wo do not know what. If anything Ih exempt
Tho pll Industry flounders under IIh operation.
It In said to bn almost ImpOHslbtn to secure n
shipping of tubing from any of thn well known
mills. Thn supply housen havn none In stock.
To ptaco nn order with (hn mill In to have
that order delayed Indnflnltfly.
Yet thoro In tubing lo Im hail for a price. The
speculators havo It. They havn absorbed the
'nilpply and "put It on Ice" oil operators can
get the tubing necessary to euro for their noedn.
Hut ft ci'isln a tremendous premium. Thn name
explains tho sugar situation the nown print sit-
uation tho Irish potato situation nnd we havo
no doubt the coal situation and all others.
"Hut" Miyn one "the manufacturern don't
havo to sell to the speculators." That's trim.
They do do It however which argues that the
speculators are not altogether Independent of
tho manufacturers Just an tho flour mills proh-
nbly had an Interest In tho Jobbern during tho
Thn government thnt pooka to dictate to and
control the world pays Its unablo to relievo the
situation. Do you belevo tt?
"A ii.of(.i: or iNDt'STitiAii in:.vrii."
"Tho dnncn of Industrial death. In wh!ch the
American people nre now participating should
consiyhofore they havn lo pay thn piper."
Thnt In the cheering ndvlcn the Natlonnl Asso-
ciation of Credit Men offern thn American peo-
ple. That It In good advice Is beyond nil ques-
tion. Thin convention of credit men went to
grlpn with Ihe economic situation without con-
nulling bankern iiinnufacturern or merchants.
They called a ppadn n spade nnd point out
clearly that exlravagaucn In buying In at the
root of tho present trouble
The great public Instead of paying off old
mortgiiRen with thn cheap dollars that are now
flying think are cnnlraclliig'iiew debts to satisfy
nn abnormnl nppotlto for lucury. these new
dohtn to be paid off later with costly dollars.
It In a veritable "dnnro with Indilnlrlnl death."
"Thin nation in sound fundamentally" declai'n
the credit men. k h. it K sound In every
way except mentally. Mentally it In a unh
(AI.M.Vt; Till' IIOOTOIt.
(Copyright. 1920. by Kdgar A. (luest.)
I marvel at the courage of the folks In days
They unei to see their loved one 111 nnd never
thought they'd die
They'd hear them coughing through trio night
and hear them moan In palu
And sweetly tell lliem with a smile they'd
soon bo well again;
It had to bo a desperntn rase with llttlo
chance to win
Heforo they'd think that It wns tlmn to call
the dolor In.
Whene'e. thn wise physician got a call o
Hn'd count it lucky not lo find his patient
He knew It wan an urgent call -ho faced a
enso for sure
Which homo-hrewed herbs nnd poultices
possessed no power'to cure;
Kor wheh folks willed 'the doctor In In that
glad long ago
Twns safe to bet the patient's tldo of life wns
It may bo that I fret to much and over-
Hut I can't watt for doctors as thn old folks
used to do.
Just let n fover show llsolf nnd let a young-
And 1 don't rest until I hive the doctor
It may bo Just a stomach nche. but I don't
cam for that --
I want the best physician I can get right off
craxed by excessive prosperity mid engaged In a
perfect orgy of spending. We fear sobriety can
come only after the cup of prosperity has been
shattered. Which pennlrnlslle view If It In pessi-
mistic does not In the lennl alter tho fHct that
Ihe people linve relief In their own handn If
(hey mire to Impose on themselves tho neces-
sity restraints to apply It successfully.
tiii: .vrw muxican tiovnitNMr.NT.
There urn certain fealtiren about the latest
Mexican involution wnlch seem to Justify tho (
belief tlmt at Inst Ihe real lender has appeared j
Jlencrtil Obregon.m known to bn a Mexican of
splendid ability. Hit bus conducted liln revo I
lullon In a way llmt evidence unusual Judgment'
and leadership. It remains to bo pen whether'
or not hn powtenpen the firmness and diplomacy J
necensnry lo compose the domestic nltiiatlon mid!
uppeapn thn International Interentn that am
It seems too good to be true that the country
has been rd of tho Carranwi and Villa Influence
nt one tlmn. Yet that Is Ihn seeming. C.irranr.a '
In reported to bn In hiding seeking a way out )
of Km country while Villa in reported to havn.
turned his form nvnr lo obregon and voluntarily
taken 'himself Into private life.
Thin last sounds very much like noino diplomat
had conferred with Villa and made tho necen
pury nngrigemenln nml nccoiniiiodatlnnn to rid
Ihn country of his Influence for a consideration
mttlsfaelory to llm old brlgHiid. If that In tnie
thnn (lenornl Obregnn will probably take the
neresnory steps to see (hat h linn no oppor-
tunity In change his mind after he spoiKln tho
It In fnrlunnln Indeed f thorn hnn ennin a
Mexican nlntesman and pnlrlof on the scene
enpablo of restoring order and re-eslnbllshlng
Industry and prosperity. That would sae both
Mexico and the United Htnen a lot' of future
trouble nnd expense.
Oklahoma Outbursts )
By OTIS LOIlTOK. .
flenernl order No 1 to Ihe deniocrnln In na-
tlonnl convention about to assemble hnn been
A sign nn n road house Just north of -Mo-Alester
rendH. "Cam Stop Here." And they
seem to do It.
The girl on Houth Main nays If she had
only known Hint thn last young man who pro
posed lo her wiih going to buy that nifty car
nhn would have married hint.
Democratic politicians mVn Just completed a
survey of thn new manngerlni form pf govern-
ment to determine whether It l a success nnd
they nppear to be satisfied. All appointees nro
democrats except two.
Chief of Police Oustnfson In about thn only
man we know of who belleven In tipping Ho
goes no far as to Invito tips. To remove any
unjust Inference we might nay that Ihe chief
believe llpn should bn used 111 delecting crime.
Ono of thn members of thn congressional
committee on Indian ntfalrn now junketing
through Oklahoma calls Scott .Kerrls an "Im-
penai princo. inis Oermanlstlc title ought to
w.m.-L n.-iiiiMir uuritn recoru lo some extent.
The congressional committee on Indian af-
fairs Is making a periodical campaign in Ok-
l.ihnnwr It In telling morn about the "good '
who me co'nrg tXln
nsplro to higher honors than tnhv are flnriin.-
out about Indian uffalis.
Tho Oklahoma IMItorl.il association In try-
ing hard In Iln annual cniiv'enllonn lo give an
Imitation of an Klltn' carnval. It has several
musical groups whoso only repertoire In "How
dry I am" nnd "The gnng'H nil here." There
urn still a Tew however who llnr- in t ii '
w?ir .?i V r"" "y '!P 1nuIl "'th a
Klllfe mill who eat Hnuti in llm t..tMini i
of . lir nn. .v .. .. . " ;'""."'
niV.ii. "iiiumi im iii ine original
'i niii..i. ... ii
We greatly fear that Cmu-ressman Kerrls Is
overworking himself nml that nervous pnvitrn-
Inn may follow. Ills days are spent In ween-
log over the condition of thn farmers mid his
li t iii" W.rry OVrr th" klml of I'gbdnMon
;""".' puiiiier votes. Hco It has i
oeeii in congress many years and the Hnonfi-
nrous nnnouncenietiN of hln sudden concern
" . . ? ""' "K'minino constituency
trniiblliiR U friends. Scott oughtMo take
better caro of his health.
Qtaromcfcr of Public Opinion'
Probable (efforts of Honu.n.
Hut n general bonus would mean to begin
with. It hnn been calculated n tax averaging fa
upon every man. woman nnd child In the coun-
try. Anil thai would bo only the beginning. In
Is repercussions the lax would greatly Increase
tho cost of living and dopres the value of Llh-
erty bonds already painfully depreciated. It
would Increase still further .rates for money
whtch are already a menacn to tho future of all
business enterprise. Xew York Times.
Too Mnny Tsuon.
Hecnusn the government's tax methods and
Inflation policies are forcing the farmer to pay
hundreds and thousands of dollars more to kenp
his business going thnn he saves on his govern-
ment Interest inles he Is not craxy for nny more
government financing. Hecnnso tho govern-
ment's taxes are costing ihe American people
farmers and everybody billions of dollars n year
more than the treasury Is getting out of those
taxes the farmer tho mechanic tho butcher tho
baker nnd the candlestick maker arn about ready
to go back to original principles nnd when
they Rot back lo stick there.- Now York Sun and
Tho oblvlous facts are that the political op-
ponents of thn president and tho whole country
have been conspicuously patient anil restrained
through a period of presidential disability that
has strained tho Institutions and Ihe spirit of
the Amerlcnn people to the breaking point. That
period sllil continues. It Is the fnte of the Amer
lean nation to face a year of world chaos nnd
domestic confusion under n presldont hnndl-
enpped by it grave Illness the status of which
has been from the stnrt enveloped In deceit and
secrecy nnd the present and future consequences
of which are beyond the possibility of public
estimate. New York Tribune.
Senator Rheppard who Is fiercely for the
cause. Is not surprised at widespread disregard
of tho prohibition law. "especially in cities whero
largo dally newspapers like .lomo of thoHo In
New York encourage violations." The nenntnr
will havo difficulty in proving his charge ns to
newspapers here or elsewhere. To express a
belief based upon all human experience that
such legislation cannot be enforced where popu-
lar opinion in against it without setting one-half
of the people to spy upon tho other half Is not
! to encourage violation Nor Is the publication
of the notorious fact that the traffic in In-
i toxlcnnts Is wide open and very general In spile
of the Inw an encouragement of violations.
I New York World.
77i U St cmrMU$ thoutt a great
f'.uropo not an nvrr'nhrlyinig
rr- r. i i j i. i fr- ' -
-- UvJNE nlELPS
Tiine for Hcflitlon.
to swallow n lump In my throat bn-
i foro I could answer her
I .'lt.t .Inn. n r. .1 Vll'n
"I hhould like to take dinner with dinner with
John Kendall tonight -Margaret. Ho Uella said.
hnn tho manuscript of
iiw.i hi.1 1'ariing aunioniiioii so Know 01
course ho was
wnnts me to
end and help him pass
"Why I didn't know you wore In-
to cry. and
tcrented In things of that sort" I
h ""w" cart at th.
all at onco I felt an overwhelming
self-pity. Pity for the woman who
because her husband hnd been en
thoiiRht of tho evening alone
"You didn't' why I have always
same with his
been Interested In bookn literary
work of any kind."
"Oh I knew you were a book
worm but I thought It was only to
rend them horo at home."
I may have
enmo of their own volition; and I
had not strength of mind enough to
dismiss them. Hut nfter tolling
Delia that I would let hor know if 1
decided to dlno out. I had time for
1 used to help John a lot before
.... n.i... i. i .(nwii in
help. Heally I did It because It was
measure noil uioii.or i ujn
cournged inn to spend much of my
time with John."
Kven as h talked I fell hn was
making a mental reservation In his
mother's favor. I had said nothing
to mako him think 1 wan pleased to
havo him spend tho evening with
lo thrust frnjn
of any Intent
or wound me. I must make him un.
derstand that my love my society
was now to take the place of all
thosn outside Interests which oc-
cupied him as a single man nnd
. . .. ..... M.l
John K'nan -
stupid manuscript. "Yet In spite of
was nt fault
mv roluctnnco to let htm hoc that I niy willingness to supply tho
Place of all
was nit no self sacrificing as nm
mother I could not suppress nn ex-
pression of dismay
"Your mother wan old and d'dn't
nilnd being alone."
"All tho morn reason why she
should have minded it. Don t nit Up
for nm I shall probably be very
late. If the book Is as unusual nn
John says It Is I shall get too In-
terested to leave It."
"So you nre going?" I nsked nn-
tonlshed that he should persist when
he saw I objected.
"Yes. Don't sit up!' and heforo
I could voico n further objection ho
I returned to the breakfast table
and hastily drank another cup of
coffee. Delia spoko to mo and I had
oetore I Knew and loved him. suf-
flccntly upon him.
Then too ho might have bor-
rovsed the manuscript and read It at
home with me. Why had I not btig-
gestcd It? Perhaps It was not too
late I would call him up nt tho of-
fice and if he had not already uccop.
ted John Kendall's dinner Invitation
he would probably be grateful to mo
for the suggestion.
"In Mr fiarret In'" I naked tho
office boy who answered the tele-
phone. "This Is Mm. Clarret."
"Yes but he'n busy on tho other
phone. He'll be through In a few
minutes. Will you hold tho wire?"
"Jlello Margaret; what's up?"
"Oh. Hob. I have Just thoueht of
such a nice plan! we won't have to I
be separated this evonlng after all."
"What In tho world are you talk-
ing about Margaret? Como to tho
point nn quickly an possible. J havn
a business appointment right now"
"Why It Is this! you borrow tho '
manuscript and bring it homo ami 1
read it. then we can be together."
"Don't talk nonsense Margaret. I
I vo already told John I'd dlno with
i mm. nun over lo ftlslc's If you don't
want to be alone. Oood-byo" and
before I could say another word I
bean the click of tho rccolver as
t !'!?! my 1 t'""'Kht ns
I turned disconsolately away tears
?f''ftn'i;olnen'nt in my eyes. Had '
I told him my n an hinr.. h. J.. ! .
promised to dlno with -Mr. Kendal '
he would very llkotv bL ..-r.n.T.
as could be Hut as I was Ttoo late
JlLTLKo aml n8k
j "Surely!" she replied to my quCs-
tlon as to whether It wotiM im
ivenlcnt to havo
f Li w 7 ii. i t
now noes it nappen that Hob is out
again?" referring to the night I call
"I'll explain when I como over."
I suppose t scorns strange that a
woman nearly 30 years old should
havo uctod so foolishly Hut I think
even now thai when one Is as old as
i was i when I married they nro more
Th' only way t' Interest some nPt to bo dependent to the man
folks Is f listen f 'em Nuthln' they mnrry; havo fower outside in-
makes mo us mad as t' hurry an' 'crests than tho young frivolous girl
make a couple o' eyebrows nn' then ti" regnrdless of her marriage still
answer th' door bell an' find a ped- koops up her friendship with her
dler titer" paid Mrs. Tllford Moots chums.
IN FOREIGN EXCHANGE
D Th Chlcno Trlbunf I
prwpondirancm of mat over (imalm.
preprtnderancm of (emate$ ovar malet.
the cute why not
ran?! v vMftirwi&smmwMi
"Ths Mrs Inrtlne but n" compel"
Tl'IDAV MAY II 11)21).
tOrrrfiM 1920 by th Mi-Clurt .Vnffir fP'llfll
.Mnrn dominates this day. h plane-
tary rule and Is In benefit- aspect.
Thn nun In strongly adverse in in-
fluence. Enterprise in whatever may bn
mechanical Is subject to tho best
lending nt thin time.
Mm Harton. ma'am"
Sho had heard Hobs
to be out
Hnglnecrn bulldern and
nl.VL r1""""1' mn V"' : Iron and steel nhould benefit from
ansHcr.. .1 wan afraid 1 was going tm HWny wnlch foreshadows greit
111 fn" inl llnlnrn t unot.nnt Ttinn . . . .. . "
before a nervant. Then
activity In many lines of construc-
tion. Physicians should prosper while
thin configuration prevails but they
will alter ninny of their Ideas wlthfn
his mother to neglect i
It all right to act the
the next few years for
mnke HlKrnverleia reirnnllntr
been was wrong In I 0f the forces of thought and
sentiments. Hut they
chic reactions caused by tho human
At this time It Is likely that a fain-
ous gencrnl will como much before
the public but hn will not receive the
highest award In the gift of the people.
was able utter a whllo
This is not an auspicious
my mind the thought brrpcalc nuppnrt or aid In
on Hob's part to neglect
nrlse. Thero Ih n illrnrllnn
stars causing nrrognnro nnd
understanding among thoso who
wield authority and dispense favors.
Pride that precedes a fall will
manifest Itself during the
weekM.nnd women especially
perfectly legitimate 1
not Hob. 1 had not im. ! fuseeifllble to the inflation
i Kwuiiie ............ fc ...
fact of my utter devo- nnl vn ue.
rv-oiiviiirn nun crieoraiions oi
muny sorts nre foretold for tho end
of this month. These will have slg-
that had been In his llfo
Estey the Right Piano
at the Right Price
Selecting the right piano at Just tho right price Is not half so diffi-
cult a problem as you Imagine. Thn true test of good value and
economy Is not how much your piano cost but how much you got
for what it costs.
Heeauae of Its purity of tone architectural beauty material value
durability and dependability the Kstty Piano has no equal at the
for over half a century the Estey Piano has maintained a standard
of excellence which Is recognized the world over.
roToiTi-WKus iiAuwooi)Ni:iaxrrnic pianos and orchks.
TRAS I'OH -MOTION I'lOTUItK SHOWS 1JTO. (
mo to dinner. "Hut
Yestlddy In skool Miss Kitty told
us about Sir Walter Hawloy bclne
so folito he spred his cloak In tho
mud so tho queen could wawk on It
Instcd of getting her shoes derty nnd
I wawked homo from skool with i-o.
rettcr Mincer nnd told her about Kir
Walter Hawloy and I.orotter Mincer
nod O how wonderflll. wy aren't
men that pollto nowadays.
They dont waro cloakn etiy moro I
sed If I woro u cloak I hot 1 would
be that polite I bet.
Well look hecm n puddle. If you
had a cloak would you spred It over
that puddlo so 1 could wnwk on It?
sod horeltor Mincer and I scd. Per-
tcny I would and she scd Well then
tnko off your coat and spred it.
O a coats dlffrent I sed and nho
sed Wy Is It? And I nod Hccauso by
tho time 1 took It off you could of
had time to wnwk erround tho
O yourn Jest trying to get out of
It If Kir Walter wntn his namo was
not eny politer than you I pity him
sed I-orettor Mincer nnd I sod O is
that so well Jest go back to tho pud-
dle agon and III show you.
Wlch wo went back to the puddle
not being much of a puddlo to think
of wawking erround but being a
fcarse puddle to think of spreading
vmie emi nver. nml I took my coat
. . I. nlntiL- ml
Oil ns II IV was liimniih ' .
and laid It on '.i of the puumc naw
I.orctter Mincer wawked across It A
and lyick agon being even moro tnwi
the queen did saying. O Honny you
silly boy I bet youll get scolded all
rlto wen you get home Jest look at
yodr cont. I'rovlng tho morel you
Ixpect to bo appreciated tho 'more
you awffen alnt nnd wen ma came
homo I told" her about tho puddle
without mentioning Sir Walter Haw.
ley or koreller Mincer and ma th.iwt
I foil In tho puddle nxsldently me
not telling her I dldent on account
of I couldent holp It if sho wunted
to think so.
nifiennce rinco they will affect po-
The stnrs supposed to Incite line-
ebanalian fenstn again nre potent but
whllo they nrouso desire to lndulgn
In drink that intoxicates tney win not
result In changing laws already en-
forced. Disorders In the Transvaal which
contlnuo to be foreshadowed may
become serious before tho end of tho
During tho wnr the seers prophe.
sled tlutt great books and plays
would be written In tho now era and
they declare that this prediction will
! be fulfilled tardily.
i Danger of striken and serious trou-
I hies In the rnllwny service Is forecast.
One of these may embarrass tho na-
tion In nn unusual way.
Persons whoso blrthdato It Is may
expect an active year that may not
' be altogether profitable.
Children born on thin day may bo
clever and original in thought hut not
fond of business or tho practical ap-
plication of theories.
rounder of l'arin .lornnl Plot.
PHILADIXriIIA. May 10. Wll-
met Atkinson 79 founder of tho
Farm Journal died today of pneu-
monia. In 1S66 ho established nt
Wilmington the first dally newspaper
tj .!.. w
417 South Main
A. J. CIUPU Msr.
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